Lindsay Sain Jones represents clients in commercial real estate transactions, including all aspects of acquisition, disposition, development, financing, and leasing. Her practice includes assisting lenders, developers, investors, and owner-operators with single-asset and portfolio transactions involving health care, hotel, industrial, multifamily, office, and retail projects.
Lindsay has experience representing numerous national and regional lenders in connection with various types of real estate secured lending, including multifamily, homebuilder, industrial, hotel, health care, office, and retail projects.
Some of her recent transactions representing lenders include a $200 million senior credit facility secured by more than 20 industrial properties, a $275 million senior secured revolving credit facility to a large homebuilder, and a $100 million term loan secured by a mixed-use project.
Prior to attending law school, Lindsay worked as a financial analyst for a real estate asset management firm. During this time she developed and managed complex financial valuation models, facilitated portfolio-level asset management projects, and performed due diligence and underwriting on behalf of investment banks.
- The University of Georgia (J.D. magna cum laude 2014; Order of the Coif; Executive Symposium Editor, Georgia Law Review; Best Note Winner, 2013);
- Georgia State University (B.B.A. in Real Estate summa cum laude 2007; First Honor Graduate)
- Georgia and U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
- Law Clerk to: Justice Keith R. Blackwell,
- Georgia Supreme Court and Georgia Court of Appeals (Summer 2012)
- Eastman Chemical leases portions of its Texas City, Texas plant to Gulf Coast Ammonia
- Wells Fargo amends and restates $225 million revolving credit facility provided to large mid-Atlantic homebuilder
- Wells Fargo provides $100 million credit facility secured by mixed-use building in Philadelphia
- Wells Fargo provides $200 million loan secured by approximately 25 industrial properties in Southeast U.S.
- Capital One arranges $534.9 million term loan for acquisition of 34 medical office buildings
- Newell Rubbermaid acquires Elmer’s for $600 million
- Wells Fargo provides financing to large homebuilder in Mid-Atlantic region
- Brookfield Asset Management acquires and leases back all real property assets of Ed Schmidt Auto dealership in Perrysburg, Ohio
- Wells Fargo provides financing secured by office building in Los Angeles, California.
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